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Hay Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

llay Municipal Council. The ordinary meeting of the Council took place on Wednesday night. Pre sent : — The Mayor (Mr J. Witcombe), and Aldermen Miller, Robertson, Lawson, Alexander, Gibson, Sadler and Broinowski Correspondence. From the Department of Public Works stating that the sum of £54 5s 1 Od balance of subsidy for year 1 900-1 was available for maintenance and re pair of roads. Alderman Gibson moved and Alder man Robertson seconded that the letter be received. Car.ied. From Robertson, Wagner and Co., calling attention to the damage done by storm water in Soiling-street run ning underneath their oflices in Lacli lan-street, occupied by Messrs Braiin Stevenson and Co., and R. Gibson, and proposing that a brick cemented drain from the door of the coach fac tory to Lachlan-street, together with an asphalted footpath about 30 inches in width from the wall be constructed. They would like the Works Commits tee to report on same, and they would be willing to bear half the cost or fi...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russia in Manchuria. MISTRUSTED BY THE POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

| Kussia in Stanehurio, Mistrusted by tiie Powers. A good deal of unrest has been created by the aggressions of Russia in Manchuria, and the pacific utterances of Vicount Cranbourne, the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, have not allayed the uneasiness in England. W lien speaking in the debate on the : Address in Reply in the House of Com mons recently, Viscount Cranbourne | said that Great Britain had received : assurances from Russia that the agree- : ment between China and Russia in : regard to Manchuria was a mere modus vivendi to prevent disturbances, and , that no sequestration and no protec- - to rate: by Russiiwas intended. He added, farther, that the restoration to China of Newchwang had also been promiseb by the Czar's Government. 1 Since then, however, ' The Times' ? has published a letter from its Peking correspondent. Dr G. E. Morrison, giving details of a proposal put by M. j De Witte, the Russian Minister for | Foreign Affairs, before Yang-yu, the i Chines...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. BY COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

11 AT POST OFFICE. ' ARRIVAL ANI) DUPARTURE OP MAILS. By Coaciiks. Gunbar,' arrive Sunday suil Thursday, 5 pm,; closes ' Wednesday' aud Saturday. 7.30 u m ' Eurag&wl) and Corrong, arriveThursday 5 p.m. ; cluses Sunday only S 8. in, South Side, Darlington Point, arrive Sunday, U'ednesriny an l Friday, 5 p m,; closes Tuemluy, Tnury'w and Saturday. 7.30 a.m. 1 Boorooban, Wanganelln, Pretty Pine, Deniliquin, Melbourne, arrive d»ity (except Monday) 7 a ni.j clo.es daily (except Sun day), 5.30 p.m. j Hiibari.CL'us.), 5 p.m. Mamlt*, Oxley, 1! draiuid, Wentworth, ariive Tuesiluj-, Tlia relay and Saturday, 7 a.m : close Tue day, Thursday and Sat urday, G p.m. Bojligal, Belneth. OncTree, arrive Mon day, Wednesday anil Friday, (j p,in. ; close Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 6 p. in. Moss^iel and Xvanhi-e, WcJuesday nnd Friday, 6 p.m.; close Tuesday, Thursday a id Snlurilay, G p.m. Hillston, arrive Friday, 6 p.m.* close Tuesday ami Saturday, 0 p.m.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Sewerage Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

flic Sewerage Sclicme. The following letter to Mr. George Butterwortli from Mr. Dill, of Too gimbie, who owns several properties in Hay, is handed to us for publication. On this matter we may remark that the petition to the Council against proceeding with the new sewerage was signed by 79 persons, but of these 79 we know that many own several pro perties — three of them to our know ledge own 44 rateable properties, and we guess that the whole of the proper ties represented by the 79 signatures would amount to over 300 : — 'Toogimbie Station, Hay, N.S.W., 1st March, 1901. Geo. Butterwortli, Esq., Hay. Dear Sir, — Having noticed the controversy re new sewerago system for Hay in the local papers, I wish you, as my agent, to protest against same for various reasons. ' 1. The initial expense would be too heavy, and too much of a burden on the owners of small cottages, and I am led to understand that water and other rates would be charged on all empty cottages, no matter how long they rem...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

HOW THE BOTTLE WAS SMASHED. A bad placc to cany a bottle, and almost sure to end in disaster. And so it proved in the case of Mrs Jones1 little girl. You sec, her .mother had sent the child to the shop of Mr Ayers, the chemist, for a l-ottle of medicinc, and he liad given it to her she put it inside of lier closed umbrella to carry home. On her way liack it began to rain, and the child thoughtlessly raised the umbrella? Half the contents of the txittlc WHS saved, and the mother was obliged to wake the best of it. Writing under date of Nov. 27, 1890, the the lady says : — ' Allout four years ago 1 lreeamc bad with what I can only describe as a nasty, low, weak feeling. * I was so weak that when I wanted to move from one ftlace to another in the room 1 had to go land over liand around the tables and chairs. 'This was so aggravating, and I really was so feeble, that I often felt like throw ing myself down, only I knew I couldn't get up again. -At all times I would have such drendful pa...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gazette News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

-«;izetfc News. Revocation of temporary reserve from sale or lease. — Land district of Urana, within the late leasehold area of Brookong holding No 473, declared a resumed area 23rd December, 1899. Part of reserve 30,255 from sale or lease other than homestead selection, notified 25th November, 1899, county Urana, parishes Lockhart, Napier and Clive, containing an area of 24,22 1 \ acres. Within ? homestead selection area 64S, notified 29th November, 1S99. Revocation of reserves from lease. — Land district of Hay, within the boun daries of Howlong holding, resumed area No 659a. Part of reserve 2028 from lease for temporary common, noti fied 17th July, 1886, containing about 12i acres, county of Sturt, parish of Carrathool. That part included within reserve 32,210 for athletic sports at Carrathool, notified this day. Land district of Hillson — Part of reserve 316 from lease for water supply, noti- 1 fied 20th July 1881, county Dowling, parish Gurangully, containing about 76 acros, in...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

STEWART DAWSON &CO.'S SEASONABLE GIFTS. will lose time and money in finding- their duplicates. No. 36.— IB-ct. G«l«\ Diamond »n4 Sapphire Kil'p, £3 10«. ; all Diamond*, j£5 5s. No. 018,— fl-ct. Gold and Fine Opal Brooch, £1 Sa. Plain Opal Centre, tame price* No. 166.— I5-t Gold. Diamond ?nd Ruby Kinr, fil St. «. No,* ^ ~A Wedding Present. Stiver-plated Sugar and Cream on Tray, £1 7s. 6d. No. E7302, Torqnoise and Pear! Set, O-ct. Gold Heart, 16/1. No. E6118. — Silrertplatcd Salt and Spoon, 60. Mustard Pot and Spoon to Match, 10/6. No. E8247. Gold Pin Charm, 6/6. No. E6Ut-— Bet Gold and Amethyst Brooch, 8/6, No. E7478.— fl-ct Gold Leaf, Chalo and Bell Brooch, 11/6. Serviette Clip. A most useful little invention Silver, 8/6; plated, If Nq. 184A.— 18-ct. 1 Engraved Keeper Riti|r,£i?« ttd. Lighter, Jfcl Is. . No. 178.— I8«ct. ' Weeding Rinif. il la. Heavier, £1 6s.,' £1 10t„ £1 15*. No. E7058, — Fine Pearl Heart and Wreath Bracelet, lfi-ct. Gold, £3 16a. Front Stud, I 9-ct. Gold,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

BOt *°0il Jr Hair Vigor Tou know the story— how good Queen Bess, pointing to the beautiful hair of a peasant girl, Raid, 'There's a real roval crown. I would trade my golden one for it' That was long ago. -'ow you can liave a 14 real royal crown ' of your own, simply by ruing Ayer'« pair Vigor. It makes tlie hair grow thick and long and stops it falling out When your hair Is rich and heavy, and when the closest inspection fails to detect a single gray hair, you will cer tainly look a great deal younger, and you will be much better satisfied with yourself, too. Isn't that so ? pftggrt fr Dr. J. C. ~Ajtr C*n Lywcfl, Wm»„ U.S. A.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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A New Star. EXTRAORDINARY PHENOMENON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

A New Star. ExTBAOIiDIXARY PHENOMENON. A most interesting astronomical dis covery has been made simultaneously by au English and a German astrono mer, who have announced that while conducting observations recently they discovered a new star of the first mag nitude in the constellation Perseus. The star flared up brilliantly in the constellation, much to the mystifica tion of the astronomers who observed it The star has since been noted by many other astronomers at important observatories. Tlie Astronomer Royal for Scotland, Professor Ralph Cope land, who is professor of astronomy in tho University of Edinburgh, con ducted observations of the new arrival. He has christened it Isova Persei, and announces that it is not only the brightest star in the Northern Hemis phere, but that it has enormously in creased in brightness since its dis covery. Later. — Tlie appearance of a new and extraordinarily brilliant star in the constellation Perseus has excited much interest amongst astronomers...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Valedictory. PRESENTATION OF ADDRESS TO MR. W. H. MONTGOMERIE. APPOINTED HEAD SCHOOL MASTER AT HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

Valedictory. PRESENTATION OF ADDRESS TO MR. W. H. MONTGOMERIE. ' Appointed Head School Master AT HaV. A meeting to say farewell to Sir W. H. Montgomerie lately head master of the Gunnedah Public School, who has been promoted to Hay, -was held at the School of Arts on 'Wednesday evening at Gunnedah. Mayor Pritch ard presiding. Mr Montgomerie was received on entering the hall with musical honors. The Mayor iu making the presenta tion (an illuminated address in book form) said that what he held was only a draft in recognition of past services. The address was signed t$*the presi dents of the various committees with which Mr Montgomerie had been con nected. He regretted the loss of so able and popular a teacher and hoped at Hay he would meet as true friends as were in Gunnedah. Mr J. J. Smyth then read the ad dress : — W. H. Montgomerie, Esq., Head Master of the Superior Public School, Gunnedah. Dear Sir, — The announcement of J your early departure from Gunnedah I lias caused us sincer...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Cricket. CIVIL SERVANTS v. ALL COMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

Cricket. CI V1L SERVANTS v. ' ALL COMERS. An interesting cricket match- was played in the park oval on Saturday afternoon between the above teams. Tlie Civil Servants batted first, who by the way, were reinforced by Mr AV. G. Acocks, the old Hay captain, who in days gone by was one of Hay's best bats. The Government compiled 89 in their attempt, of which H. Camper i made 30 by nice free cricket, while S. Green hit out merrily for .20. The j All Coiners responded with 118, of! which Jack Dillon compiled 79 by brilliant batting when he relived. By the way that Jack was hitting 4's and 5's he could have made a couple of ^ centuries. There is no finer bat from a spectator's point of view when Jack | once gets going. I congratulate liim on striking form. J inj Callaway car- 1 ried out life bat (or 21, in good style. The match was a very enjoy able one. Following are the scores : — CIVIL SERVANTS. W. G. Acncks. c Illidgo, b Armitagc : . . 6 D. Murphy, b ArniitAge ? 3 S. Greou, b Armitago ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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V.R.C AUTUMN MEETING. [BY TELEGRAPH] FIRST (NEWMARKET) DAY. SYDNEY, Saturday. HOPEFUL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

V.K.C AUTUMN MEETING. [By Teleuhaph] Fuht (Newmakket) Day. Svdn-ey, Saturday. Hopeful Stakes. Dodona ... ... ... 1 Portree ... ... ... 2 Fighting Mac ... ... 3 St. Lecer Stakes. Finland ? ... I Barbarossa ..? ... 2 British Admiral... ... 3 Newmarket Handicap. WAKEFUL ? 1 FULMINATE ? 2 ADVANCE ? 3 Won by three-quarters of a length. Time, 1 niin. 15Jsecs. Produce Stakes. United States ? I Elderslie... ... ... 2 Hautain ... ... ... 3 Essekdov Stakes. La Carabine ... ... 1 Clean Sweep ... ... 2 Malster ... ... ... 3 Brunswick Stakes. Speculation ... ... 1 Firstmate ... ... 2 Kejjless ... ... ... 3

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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The Tempe Railway Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

The Tempc Railway Disaster. At the inquest which was continued at Sydney on Thursday, they visited the scene of the calamity to test the evidence to the Hon. J. H. Carruthers. They found several loose dogspikes and a fishplate screw loose. Mr Carruthers asserted that the line had been altered since he had been there — the line was not in perfect order — and as he very justly remarked ' if the line did not throw the train off then tho passengers must have done it' he could bring 40 or 50 people to swear to what he had asserted. Mr George Cliamer. , civil engineer engaged on the railways for three and a half years said he visited the scene of the accident on Monday last. The line did not appear to him to bo in first-class running order. It was rather uneven and slack in places especially where the engine ran off. The line was loosely packed in places, some of the sleepers were cracked at the ends and seemed to be partially unsound and a number of the dogbolts were loose while the main...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Licensed Victuallers' Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

Licensed Victuallers' Racing Club On Friday night last at Mr Jones' South Hay Hotel, the above club held a meeting when the following members were present : — Messrs Lawson (in the chair), A. G. Miller (secretary), All man, King, Dillon, M'Intyre, Heinz, and T. J. Jhonston. After the minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, the secretary informed those, present that he had paid a chcque of £12 12s to the secretary of the Hay Jockey Club for the use of their course, that amount would be added to £13 12s of the Hay Jockey Club which would make £26, and it would be spent in improving the course. Mr Dillon moved and Mr King seconded that the work be commenced as soon as possible. Carried. The secretary also stated that he had registered the club for racing on the 14th and 15th May, and had also written for rules and regulations, several members wishing to secure same. The programme which had been drawn up was submitted to the full meeting, and the only alteration made wa...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

CUTICURa RESOLVENT ta^o pore, sweet, And wholesomo that all ages may take it witU I-J«umr& aod benefit:, lea mission is to coot And cleanse the blood, in eczema and other torturing, disfiguring uumours, rashes, and Irritations, -while warm baths -with CUTictntA. Sow clcanse tbe surface of crusts aud scnlcs, and gentle anointings with Cuticitiul Oint ment soothe and heafitching, burning Bkin. *0^ e*wrwh««. Fotelcu depnfct F- Hwr*i*T,T*-o- * EP*»» I*.MifiT,ftrla( &TovnaltCo..67dittr.-lSirrxa »WQ a»p Cam. Oo-f«, Sole Props^ Bartcc, U.S, A

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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The British Army. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

The British Aruiy. As a first step in the British Army in the reorganisation of tho army which ;has been promised by the Secretary of State for War, Mr St John Brodrick, it has been decided to increase the regular forces to over 300,000 men. The effectiveness of the Mounted Rifles as an arm in the defences has been fully demonstrated by then South African war, and it has therefore been decided that the pavalry regiments shall be armed with a rifle. The regular army, home and colonial, exclusive of additions made in connection with the war consists of 185,000 men.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 March 1901

Sheep Sale. — The date of Mr liidgcocU's sale of 8300 ewes and wethers is altered to Saturday,- 16th inst., instead of the 14th, as advertised iu our last issue. Important Sale at Gunbar. — Mr 1\. Gibson inserts a preliminary an nouncement in our advertising columns, of an extensive clearing sale at^Gun bar. The instructions are r 'fro m Jressrs Warren Bros., of Slyvanham and Crover, to sell at an early date the whole of their stock, farming plant, household furniture, and effects, 'hay- stacks, ctc. The stock will comprise 18 draught horses, buggy ponies and hacks, together with 11 working bul locks, etc. For further particulars see advertisement. The Yaxko Weir. — The 'subcom mittee t recently appointed by * the Yanko 'Weir Defence Committee, consisting of Messrs John Wit-, combe, D. Grant, J, Newton and T. W. Blanche, visited the Cutting last Thursday, for the purpose of taking levels and making an observation* as to the work being carried outthjjre by the Government. The sub-com...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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[TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

[to the editoh.] Sir, — If the current market rates for wheat and flour are compared as reported in the Melbourne and Sydney papers for the past month, it will be found that tho farmer has been re ceiving from lid to 2d per bushel more in Melbourne than in Sydney for i\is wheat, while flour has been selling at from 5s to 10s per ton less in Mel bourne than in Sydney. The boasted shipping facilities of the freetrade port of Sydney are supposed to afford cheaper shipping to the farmer, there fore the price of wheat should rule higher. Yet we see Manitoba flour quoted in Sydney, and that the Sydney millers pay less for their wheat than the Melbourne millers, while the con sumer pays more for his flour in iSydney than in Melbourne. I am quite aware that freetraders ?wUi say that the duties are inoperative as soon as a surplus for export is produced. Only last week the 'Daily Telegraph ' quoted meat and bread as articles that would rise in price under a protective tariff, while it omitte...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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[TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

[to the editor.] Sir, — At a meeting held by local federalists to advocate the acceptance of the Bill some twelve months ago, the genial Dr. Kennedy during his speech read a circular he had received from a Sydney importing firm advising all medical men to vote against the Bill as it involved a protective tariff, and consequently the price of instru ments would be increased. The doctor ridiculed this circular, and made a public statement that he found that he could purchase better and cheaper instruments in the heavily protected city of Melbourne than he could in the frcetrade port of Sydney. This, statement can be verified by reference to back files of the 'Grazier' which reported the meeting fully. The doctor advocated the acceptance of, and is now president, of the Hay Freetrade League. Protectionists in Hay no doubt will accept Dr. Kennedy's evidence that the consumer does not necessarily pay the duties, and that freetrade docs not- necessarily mean fair trade when the markets ma...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

Nlfl Oil, for hoi-ses and edttlc ob tuinablo at all Storekeepers and Chemists ii- bottles at 2a fld, 193 SANDER & FQNS1 EUCAU'TI KX TRACT is universally ad.i|jte.l by D-ictir' Medical SyiHioates ri-jcct all ollu-rn. M»rk tliie , ?? Exhibition testifys to u«i fiilutsi in ({??iicrul, muking rarni-lir-t cic, liut me.li cinal virtues arc ealablishd ate the sicklied ' Tho unparalleled hiin« of SANDKR & SONS' KUCALYI'I'I EX I'ttAOT mnst u.it sulTur lhrau|d- impositiuu. Tlwrefore be careful w'l cu buying. Lancaster will cease to trouble for a time. The disappointing son of Hotohkiss pulled up very lainn uftci' running in the Essendon Stakes on Saturday. ? ? J. THACKER TAILOR. Twenty years ejfprriencp as a Cutler in Lnndmi tui.l t||u (Monies. High-class Tailoring at Oitv Pi ices, Opposite P O.. HAY. ^ 83'm The entire mrdlcol profession di-ciirlt the use of nil other Riiflnlyntus products lint SANDER & SONS' KUOALYfTI K\ TRACT. There muil be grave reasou for doing so....

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